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Old 10-26-2017, 12:44 PM
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After spending some time with the AviarX3, I took it out of my bag. Its not quite what I hoped it would be. Its more overstable than my (worked in) S-Line P2 but less overstable than a Pig. It works well for sidearm approach shots. I just wasnt as overstable as I wanted it to be when thrown sidearm with power. I wanted it to be similar to a Zone, it isnt. Ill be sticking with Pigs for now. Hopefully the production runs come out more overstable. I will say I do like it for backhand shots. I was using it quite a bit for short backhand drives off the tee & approach shots. I just cant justify keeping it in my bag. I want to be able to throw my overstable approach putter backhand & sidearm.
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Old 10-26-2017, 12:55 PM
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Same for me, back to s-p2 and rhyno.
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Old 10-26-2017, 02:22 PM
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After spending some time with the AviarX3, I took it out of my bag. Its not quite what I hoped it would be. Its more overstable than my (worked in) S-Line P2 but less overstable than a Pig. It works well for sidearm approach shots. I just wasnt as overstable as I wanted it to be when thrown sidearm with power. I wanted it to be similar to a Zone, it isnt. Ill be sticking with Pigs for now. Hopefully the production runs come out more overstable. I will say I do like it for backhand shots. I was using it quite a bit for short backhand drives off the tee & approach shots. I just cant justify keeping it in my bag. I want to be able to throw my overstable approach putter backhand & sidearm.
the good news here is have you seen the latest r-pro pigs? super flatties.
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Old 10-26-2017, 04:09 PM
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After spending some time with the AviarX3, I took it out of my bag. It’s not quite what I hoped it would be. It’s more overstable than my (worked in) S-Line P2 but less overstable than a Pig. It works well for sidearm approach shots. I just wasn’t as overstable as I wanted it to be when thrown sidearm with power. I wanted it to be similar to a Zone, it isn’t. I’ll be sticking with Pigs for now. Hopefully the production runs come out more overstable. I will say I do like it for backhand shots. I was using it quite a bit for short backhand drives off the tee & approach shots. I just can’t justify keeping it in my bag. I want to be able to throw my overstable approach putter backhand & sidearm.
Thanks for the review. I have yet to try an AvX3, but they sound like just what I want... more reliably overstable than the Aviar3, but not to the Zone/Harp level. I'll try one when they come out in regular production.

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Old 11-03-2017, 09:38 PM
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DX up on the innova proshop and star are on dgustore. Going quick.
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Old 11-03-2017, 11:27 PM
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DX up on the innova proshop and star are on dgustore. Going quick.
Damn, missed them. Did they ever restock the proto-stars after the initial release or am I going to have to wait for full production for the DX?
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Old 11-04-2017, 09:58 AM
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I got a proto star from DGU, but they only had blue when I got mine yesterday. Not sure where they came from as they had been out of stock for a bit.
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Old 11-07-2017, 05:52 PM
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Played around with the Aviarx3 and can say that its not going to make the bag unless I come across a hole it fits well. I would think that a Flat pro rhino, gator, and firebird could cover the lines and be more useful (also already in the bag). I will keep it around for the times wind just kicks up crazy at the course. Wouldn't mind maybe getting my hands on a pro one if they ever run it in that plastic.
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Old 11-08-2017, 10:57 AM
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Played around with the Aviarx3 and can say that its not going to make the bag unless I come across a hole it fits well. I would think that a Flat pro rhino, gator, and firebird could cover the lines and be more useful (also already in the bag). I will keep it around for the times wind just kicks up crazy at the course. Wouldn't mind maybe getting my hands on a pro one if they ever run it in that plastic.
Even though Pro putters would be the bomb, Innova doesn't like running certain discs in certain plastics (see XT and Pro Rhynos). I suspect XT if it gets a mid grade option though Champs and XT would pair really well together.
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Old 11-08-2017, 04:31 PM
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Even though Pro putters would be the bomb, Innova doesn't like running certain discs in certain plastics (see XT and Pro Rhynos). I suspect XT if it gets a mid grade option though Champs and XT would pair really well together.
Could agree with that. Think pro plastics kind of an old school thing. With the onset of Gstar taking that Stability slot and a much more premium plastic then pro. At least my pro rhinos get a new run every 3 years or so.


hmm aviarx3 in gstar could be an interesting combo
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